• 99 S. Raymond Ave.
  • Pasadena, CA 91105
  • T: 626-793-0359

Historic Hotel

Built in 1898, the Castle Green was designed with influence of Moorish, Spanish and Victorian elements. It was an annex to Hotel Green which was located across the street, where Stats is today. Castle Green was originally called the “Central Annex,” and a third building called the Wooster Block came after it. There once was a pedestrian bridge that connected Hotel Green to the Central Annex (Castle Green) but most of it was demolished along with the Hotel Green. Today you can still see a portion of it the pedestrian walkway in front of Hotel Green.

Castle Green in Film

Castle Green was featured in The Sting (1973) and Sneakers (1992), and The Last Samurai (2003). The building is still used for filming and special events.

Historic Landmark Status

Castle Green is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the State Historic Register, and the City of Pasadena’s list of Historic Places.

Self-Guided Tours

Castle Green opens its doors to tours twice per year, at Christmas and Mother’s Day.

Special Event Spaces

There are several spaces at Castle Green, most notably the outdoor garden can accommodate 500 people, and the indoor ballroom can accommodate 200 people.